First day at school thirteen year old Lily drew attention to the cynical handsome pay of Sansana, which became her ray of light. That weird smart girl and beautiful but disorderly guy drove like heaven. They all envied.\ All fifteen years, was Sanchuan heartbroken, upset or backed into a corner, Lily was a true friend. And it was for her a true love. And every year she wanted to love him, but the dream remained a dream. For Sansana Lily was just a friend. He was willing to protect her and to comfort him, but love his attitude to her was not in sight.\ But fifteen years were not in vain. Sanchuan finally realized that can't live without Lily. But she could no longer love him. And then his broken heart cried out: "In the next life, Lily, I'll love you first".
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Fifteen Years of Waiting for Migratory Birds - Beothuk - Netflix
The Beothuk ( or ; also spelled Beothuck) were an indigenous people based on the island of Newfoundland. Beginning around AD 1500, the Beothuk culture formed. This appeared to be the most recent cultural manifestation of peoples who first migrated from Labrador to present-day Newfoundland around AD 1. The ancestors of this group had three earlier cultural phases, each lasting approximately 500 years. In 2007 DNA testing was conducted on material from the teeth of Demasduit and her husband Nonosabasut, two Beothuk individuals who had died in the 1820s. The results assigned them to Haplogroup X (mtDNA) and Haplogroup C (mtDNA), respectively, which are also found in current Mi'kmaq populations in Newfoundland. It also demonstrated they were solely of First Nation indigenous maternal ancestry, unlike some earlier studies that suggested European admixture. However, a 2011 analysis showed that although the two Beothuk and living Mi'kmaq occur in the same haplogroups, SNP differences between Beothuk and Mi'kmaq individuals indicated that they were dissimilar within those groups, and that a “close relationship” was not supported.
Fifteen Years of Waiting for Migratory Birds - Genocide - Netflix
Whether Europeans committed genocide against the Native peoples has been a controversial topic. Scholars disagree in their definition of the term in relation to the Beothuk, and the parties have differing political agendas. While some scholars believe that the Beothuk died out due to the elements noted above, another theory is that Europeans conducted a sustained campaign of genocide against them. If this campaign did occur, it was explicitly without official sanction no later than 1759, any such action thereafter being in violation of Governor John Byron's proclamation criminalizing violence against the Beothuk. as well as the subsequent Proclamation issued by Governor John Holloway on July 30, 1807, which prohibited mistreatment of the Beothuk, and offered a reward for any information on such mistreatment. In spite of these proclamations, no person was ever punished for killing a Beothuk. There is evidence that the Beothuk were hunted by Europeans and Settlers. The largest massacre of Beothuks took place near Hant's Harbour, Trinity Bay, where a group armed for hunting, managed to trap a large group of Beothuks, driving them out on a peninsula, where they murdered every man, woman and child. While there is no exact count of the number killed, it is estimated to be around 400.
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